What was captured in photography today can represent something or someone completely different tomorrow.
In the Briscoe’s fall exhibition, Laura Wilson’s subjects range from legendary West Texas cattle ranches to impoverished border camps to Laredo cotillions.
Valtierra has seen how his images have become emblems of certain social movements and how his work – even today – has continued to transcend borders.
The San Antonio Botanical Garden is a place where architecture meets landscape and a place to spread a picnic with friends.
A tough ex-SWAT cop discovers compassion and personal healing through street photography.
Rivard Report photographers Scott Ball and Kathryn Boyd-Batstone aim to take compelling images that provide a window into the heart of our community.
Since the turn of the millennium, photography has occupied a major niche in the fine arts.
Hundreds of students, artists, professional photographers, and individuals interested in the craft of photography packed into Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex to network with one another, listen to distinguished panelists, and exchange photo prints during the inaugural 4×5 Photo Fest.
In conjunction with FotoSeptiembre USA, REM Gallery is currently exhibiting a 46-year retrospective of photography by UTSA Professor Kent Rush, who lived in San Antonio from 1976-79, when he set up the printmaking program at the now defunct San Antonio Art Institute, and then moved here permanently in 1982 to begin his current teaching position.
Four young “cholas” looking tough in East Los Angeles.